Finding Flow in Everything You Do (Ikigai)

You are entirely focused on skiing as well as you can. You know exactly how to move at each moment. There is no future, no past. There is only the present. You feel the snow, your skis, your body, and your consciousness united as a single entity. Continue reading Finding Flow in Everything You Do (Ikigai)

Habit Testing and Where to Look for Habit-Forming Opportunities

You should have enough knowledge to prototype your product. But simply coming up with ideas is not enough, and creating user habits is often easier said than done. The process of developing successful habit-forming technologies requires patience and persistence. Continue reading Habit Testing and Where to Look for Habit-Forming Opportunities

How to Rebuild Damaged Trust

If you are avoiding another person because you feel there is no safe way to communicate openly, you are probably experiencing damaged trust. If the very thought of approaching this person fills you with dread, anger, or fear, that’s another sign that you’re dealing with damaged trust. Continue reading How to Rebuild Damaged Trust

Money and Happiness – What is Difference between Money and Happiness

If you are looking to wealth to make you happy, you’ll be disappointed. If you are looking to money to make you powerful/ younger/ sexier/ more vital/ more interesting/ better looking/ whatever, you’re going to be disappointed. Continue reading Money and Happiness – What is Difference between Money and Happiness

What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All

“What are your goals?” is similarly fated for confusion and guesswork. To rephrase the question, we need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Continue reading What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All